Why do you write and so much?

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Why do you write Jack and Jill and James and Henry, why not Jack, Jill, James and Henry? Why do you use the word AND so much?

I write lists of hyperlinks separated by the word AND rather than commas because it makes it easier for the user to click on them, especially for mobile users who tap on their screens. The links are then horizontally more separated and for mobile users the line spacing is also increased. Sorry for being technical.

I'm also experimenting with an em dash — to separate links.